Rush Medical College Alumni Association

Rush Medical College Alumni Association

The Rush Medical College Alumni Association serves alumni of both the college and Rush’s Graduate Medical Education programs. The association offers you access to a network of Rush-trained physicians, engaging events and volunteer opportunities, and a chance to connect with today’s remarkable students.

Read the Year in Review to learn more about the association’s work on behalf of the alumni community.

Nominate an alum for the RMCAA Executive Council.

Enhancing the alumni and student experience

The alumni association is focused on three of the following fundamental areas:

  • Promoting alumni engagement
  • Enhancing the value of a Rush degree
  • Supporting the medical college as well as residency and fellowship programs

The association’s Executive Council works to prioritize and strengthen these areas. Our association leaders represent both Rush Medical College and the Graduate Medical Education programs at Rush. These council members are nominated and elected by alumni biennially.

Meet Our 2017-2019 Executive Council

Christopher L. Coogan, MD ’90, GME, President

Catherine A. Dimou, MD ’91, GME, President-elect

Tony Kotin, MD ’77, GME, Past President

R. Jeffrey Snell, MD ’84, GME, Secretary and Treasurer

Randy J. Epstein, MD ’80, GME, Benjamin Rush Society Chairperson

Jeffrey Altman, MD ’90, GME, Councilor

Mary C. Anderson, MD ’92, GME, Councilor

Shelly Betman, MD, GME, Councilor

Mary Cianfrocca, DO, GME, Councilor

Stephen Copen, MD ’93, Councilor

Carolyn Jones, MD ’90, PhD, Councilor

Stephen Korbet, MD ’79, Councilor

Elliott Kroger, MD ’78, GME, Councilor

Ellen Kroin, MD ’14, Councilor

James A. Meserow, MD ’77, GME, Councilor

Ravi Nemivant, MD ’98, GME, Councilor

Michael Savitt, MD ’87, Councilor

John Segreti, MD ’80, GME, Councilor

Sabir M. Taj, MD ’07, Councilor

Karen B. Weinstein, MD ’83, GME, Councilor

Ashley Williamson, MD ’15, Councilor

Alumni association business plan

In 2013 the Executive Council developed a three-year business plan to help guide its efforts. The plan has already yielded great success, including the creation of a legacy admissions process, increased participation in funding for the White Coat Ceremony, and the building of a Reunion volunteer and giving program.

The Rush Medical College Alumni Association Business Plan 2014-2017 is focused on the following:

  • Supporting medical students, residents and fellows
  • Enhancing the value of the Rush degree
  • Promoting alumni engagement

Stay tuned for updates on the business plan throughout the year.

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